XXXXXXXX XXXXX is the author of Princess Freak (2000, Beyond Baroque Books) a collection of poetry, prose, and performance texts, and a memoir, Me as her again: True Stories of an Armenian Daughter (2008, Aunt Lute Books), which was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Nonfiction and shortlisted for a Saroyan International Writing Prize.
Her recent novel, The Fear of Large and Small Nations was a finalist for the PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially-Engaged Fiction. A facilitator of community-based writing workshops for over twenty years, she currently teaches creative writing at New York University and The New School.
This is Nancy’s first Festival as a participating writer and she will be offering the Writing Workshop, “WRITING LYRICS: Image, Emotion, and Justice”.
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All of Me: A Voluptuous Tale - Fiction
Colored Sugar Water - Fiction
Driven: Reflections on Love, Career and the Pursuit of Happiness
Racialism and the Media: Black Jesus, Black Twitter, and the First Black American President - Black Studies and Critical Thinking
So Good, An African American Love Story
The A to Z of African American Cinema
(with S. Torriano Berry) - Non-fiction